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The Slow Death of Xavier's Dream

Extraordinary X-Men #2 included what was no doubt intended as a shocking moment, as Storm reflected:

Professor Xavier dreamed of a world where mutants and humans could live in harmony… Where we no longer needed to be afraid.

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Meet the Devil’s Apprentice in Daredevil #1!

He’s back in black and back on his home turf this December. Marvel is pleased to present to you a look inside Daredevil #1 – the blockbuster new series from writer… 199 more words

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Preview Brew: Daredevil #1

Meet the Devil’s Apprentice in DAREDEVIL #1!

                                                                                                                                                                           

New York, NY—November 2nd, 2015 — He’s back in black and back on his home turf this December. Today, Marvel is pleased to present to you a look inside DAREDEVIL #1 – the blockbuster new series from writer Charles Soule (Death of Wolverine, Uncanny Inhumans) and artist Ron Garney (Captain America, Wolverine)! 163 more words

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A Walk Through The Valley Of The Angel Of Death: Sword of Azrael

Jean-Paul Valley is one of my favorite characters in comics by a long margin. Created in anticipation of the “Knightfall” crossover trilogy that saw him take over as Batman for a year, Azrael became a hated symbol of 90s grimdark. 2,403 more words

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Joe Quesada - Spider-Man : One More Day #1-4

Joe Quesada (1962 -) is an american comic-book artist and writer before becoming an editor. He worked for DC on titles such as Batman : Sword of Azrael… 1,479 more words

The Amazing Spider-Man

Marvel/FDNY Helmet Auction Goes Online

The FDNY – long celebrated as New York City’s bravest – is being supported by some of the world’s greatest superheroes in honor of the Department’s 150th anniversary and… 222 more words

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Captain Marvel: Coming to a Novel Near YOU!

I was bummed earlier this week to hear that the Captain Marvel movie was pushed back (AGAIN), but thankfully NYCC has given the Carol Corps reason to rejoice! 197 more words

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